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[2] A. S. Morse. The use of
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[8] A. S. Morse and W. M.
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[9] A. S. Morse and W. M.
Wonham. Decoupling and pole assignment by dynamic compensation.

[10] A. S. Morse. Output
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Wonham. Status of noninteracting control. IEEE Transactions on Automatic
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[12] A. S. Morse, editor.
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[14] A. S. Morse. Geometric
concepts in linear system theory. In Proc. International Conference on
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[15] A. S. Morse and L. M.
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[16] A. S. Morse.
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[17] A. S. Morse. Structure
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[18] J. P. Corfmat and A.
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[19] J. P. Corfmat and A.
S. Morse. Stabilization with decentralized feedback control. IEEE Transactions
on Automatic Control, December 1973.

[20] A. S. Morse.
Representation and parameter identiﬁcation of multi-output linear
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[21] Y. M. Tong and A. S.
Morse. Equivalent representations of synchronous transportation systems. In
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[22] A. S. Morse. System
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[23] S. J. Kiselewich, Y.
M. Tong, and A. S. Morse. Flow-coordinated operating strategies for automated
transportation systems. In Proc. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, dec
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[24] A. S. Morse. Ring
models for delay-diﬀerential systems. Automatica, September 1976. see also Proc
1974 IFAC Symp. on Multivariable Systems.

[25] J. P. Corfmat and A.
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[26] J. P. Corfmat and A.
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[27] S. J. Kiselewich, Y.
M. Tong, and A. S. Morse. Vehicle management policies for automated transportation
systems. In Proceedings IFAC/IFIP/IFORS Symposium on Control in Transportation
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[28] A. S. Morse. Minimal
solutions to transfer matrix equations. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control,
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[29] J. P. Corfmat and A.
S. Morse. Structurally controllable and structurally canonical systems. IEEE
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[30] Y. M. Tong and A. S.
Morse. Merging policies for ﬂow-coordinated transportation systems. In
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1976.

[31] Y. M. Tong and A. S.
Morse. Decentralized control of automated transportation systems via cellular-ﬂow
coordination. In Proc. IEEE Conf. on Decision and Control, 1976.

[32] A. Feuer and A. S.
Morse. Adaptive control of single-input, single-output linear systems. IEEE
Transactions on Automatic Control, 23(4):557–569, August 1978.

[33] A. Feuer, B. R.
Barmish, and A. S. Morse. An unstable system associated with model reference
adaptive control. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 23:499–500,
1978.

[34] A. Feuer and A. S.
Morse. Local stability of paramete-adaptive control systems. In Johns

[35] J. M. Potter, B. D. O.
Anderson, and A. S. Morse. Single-channel control of a two-channel system. IEEE
Transactions on Automatic Control, 24:491–492, June 1979.

[36] A. S. Morse. Open
problems in the theory of parameter-adaptive control. In Proc. IEEE Conference
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[37] A. S. Morse. Global
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[38] A. S. Morse. Global
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[39] A. S. Morse, W. A.
Wolovich, and B. D. O. Anderson. Generic pole assignment: Preliminary results.
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[40] A. S. Morse.
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[41] A. S. Morse. Recent
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[42] A. S. Morse. A summary
of recent results on deadbeat control using periodic feedback. In Proc. MTNS,
jun 1983.

[43] D. R. Mudget and A. S.
Morse. Announcement of results on the adaptive stabilization of linear systems
with unknown high-frequency gains. In Proc. Princeton Conference on Information
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[44] D. R. Mudget and A. S.
Morse. An adaptive control for globally stabilizing linear systems with unknown
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[45] A. S. Morse, B. D. O.
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[46] A. S. Morse. New
directions in parameter-adaptive control. In Proc. IEEE Conference on Decision
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[47] D. R. Mudgett and A.
S. Morse. Adaptive stabilization of linear systems with unknown high-frequency
gains. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 30(6):549–554, June 1985.

[48] A. S. Morse. A
three-dimensional universal controller for the adaptive stabilization of any
strictly proper minimum-phase system with relative degree not exceeding two.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 30(12):1188–1191, December 1985.

[49] D. R. Mudgett and A.
S. Morse. A smooth algorithm for adaptive stabilization of a discrete linear
system with an unknown high-frequency gain. In Proc. American Automatic Control
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[50] D. R. Mudgett and A.
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[53] A. S. Morse. State
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[54] A. Isidori and A. S.
Morse. State-feedback implementation of cascade compensators. Systems and
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[55] A. S. Morse. A
4(n+1)-dimensional model reference adaptive stabilized for any relative degree
one or two, minimum phase system of dimansion n or less. Automatica, jan 1987.

[56] D. Mudgett and A. S.
Morse. High-order parameter adjustment laws for adaptive stabilization. In Proc
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[57] A. S. Morse. High-gain
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[58] A. S. Morse. Indirect
adaptive control of processes satisfying the classicial assumptions of direct
adaptive control. In Proc. American Automatic Control Conference, 1988.

[59] J. Huang and A. S.
Morse. A computer study of adaptive control systems. In Proc. American
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[60] J. Huang and A. S.
Morse. Example applications of the direct adaptive design technique. Int.
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[61] D. Mudgett and A. S.
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[62] D. Mudgett and A. S.
Morse. An advanced example applications of the direct adaptive design
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[63] D. Mudgett and A. S.
Morse. A smooth high-gain adaptive stabilizer for linear systems with known
relative degree. In Proc. American Automatic Control Conference, 1989.

[64] A. S. Morse, D. Q.
Mayne and G. C. Goodwin. Switched-parameter algorithms for the adaptive
stabilization of linear systems. In Proc. Yale Workshop on Adaptive Cystems,
August 1990.

[65] A. S. Morse. Towards a
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Morse. A smoothly parameterized family of stabilizable observable linear
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not exceeding n. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control,
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[68] A. S. Morse. A
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equivalence and implicit tuning. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control,
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[72] A. S. Morse.
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[75] A. S. Morse.
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[76] A. S. Morse. Adaptive
control of one-parameter families of siso linear systems. In Proc, IFAC Symp.
on Adaptive Systems in Control and Signal Processing, jul 1992.

[77] A. S. Morse. A
comparative study of normalized and unnormalized tuning errors in parameter

adaptive control.
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Morse. Global tunability of one-dimensional siso systems. IEEE Transactions on
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[80] A. S. Morse, D. Q.
Mayne and G. C. Goodwin. Applications of hysteresis switching in parameter
adaptive control. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control,
37(9):1343–1354, September 1992.

[81] A. S. Morse. A gain
matrix decomposition and some of its applications. Systems and Control Letters,
21:1–10, 1993.

[82] A. S. Morse.
Dwell-time switching. In Proceedings of the 2nd European Control Conference,
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[83] A. S. Morse.
Supervisory control of ﬁnite families of linear set-point controllers.
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[84] A. S. Morse.
Supervisory control of families of linear set-point controllers. In Proceedings
of the 32nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 1055–1960.
IEEE, 1993.

[85] A. S. Morse and F. M.
Pait. Mimo design models and internal regulators for cyclicly-switched
parameter-adaptive control systems. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control,
39(9):1809–1818, September 1994.

[86] F. M. Pait and A. S.
Morse. A cyclic switching strategy for parameter-adaptive control. IEEE
Transactions on Automatic Control, 39(6):1172–1183, June 1994.

[87] A. S. Morse.
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[88] A. S. Morse.
Logic-based switching and control. In B. A. Francis and A. R. Tannenbaun,
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173–195. Springer-Verlag, 1995.

[89] G. D. Hager, W-C
Chang, and A. S. Morse. Robot hand-eye coordination based on stereo vision.
IEEE Control Systems Magazine, 15(1):30–39, February 1995.

[90] A. S. Morse.
Overcoming the obstacle of high relative degree. Journal of the Society of
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[91] A. S. Morse. Control
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[92] A. S. Morse, editor.
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[93] A. S. Morse. Issues
concerned with the development of controllers which employ switching and logic.
In Preprints, Block Island Workshop on Control Using Logic-Based Switching,
pages 155– 219, 1995.

[94] A. S. Morse. Cyclic
switching and supervisory control. In Proceedings of the 1995 IFAC Symposium on
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[95] J. P. Hespanha and A.
S. Morse. Supervisory control of families of stabilizing controllers. Technical
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[96] A. S. Morse.
Overcoming the obstacle of high relative degree. European Journal of Control,
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[97] A. S. Morse.
Supervision of families of linear and nonlinear controllers. In Proceedings XI
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1996.

[98] A. S. Morse, editor.
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[99] J. Hespanha and A. S.
Morse. Towards the supervisory control of nonlinear regulators. In Proc SPIE
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[100] J. P. Hespanha and A.
S. Morse. Supervisory control of families of nonlinear regulators. In
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[101] J. P. Hespanha and A.
S. Morse. Supervision of families of nonlinear controllers. In Proceedings 1996
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[102] A. S. Morse.
Supervisory control of families of linear set-point controllers -part 1: Exact
matching. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, pages 1413–1431, oct
1996.

[103] J. P. Hespanha and A.
S. Morse. Towards the high performance control of uncertain processes via

supervision. In Proceedings
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[104] J. P. Hespanha and A.
S. Morse. Supervisory control of families of nonlinear regulators. In
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Princeton University, 1996.

[105] W-C Chang, A. S.
Morse, and G. D. Hager. A calibration-free, self-adjusting stero visual control
system. In Proceedings of the 13th World Congress, IFAC, pages 343–348,
1996.

[106] D. Borrelli and A. S.
Morse. Discrete-time supervisory control of families of linear set-point
controllers. In Proc. 13th World Congress, IFAC, pages 211–216, 1996.

[107] J. P. Hespanha and A.
S. Morse. Supervision of families of nonlinear controllers. In Proc. IEEE Conf.
on Decision and Control, pages 3772–3773, 1996.

[108] W-C Chang and A. S.
Morse. Control of a rigid robot using an uncalibrated stero vision system. In
Proc. 1997 ACC, pages 2103–2107, 1997.

[109] J. P. Hespanha and A.
S. Morse. Certainty equivalence implies detectability. In Proceedings of the
Joint Conference on Information Sciences, mar 1997. also available as Yale
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[110] A. S. Morse.
Supervisory control of families of linear set-point controllers -part 2:
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1997. see also Proceedings of 1995 IEEE Conference on Decision and Control pp.
1750-1755.

[111] W-C Chang, J. P.
Hespanha, A. S. Morse, and G. D. Hager. Task re-encoding in vision-based
control systems. In IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, pages 48–53,
December 1997.

[112] D. Kriegman, G.
Hager, and A. S. Morse, editors. Conﬂuence of Vision and Control.
Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences 237. Springer-Verlag, 1998.

[113] D. Kriegman, G.
Hager, and A. S. Morse. Research issues in vision and control. In Conﬂuence
of Vision and Control, Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences 237,
pages 1–10. Springer-Verlag, 1998.

[114] D. Kriegman, G.
Hager, and A. S. Morse. Block island workshop: Summary report. In Conﬂuence
of Vision and Control, Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences 237,
pages 273–281. Springer-Verlag, 1998.

[115] A. S. Morse.
Estimator-based supervisory control -a review. Journal of the Institute of
Systems, Control and Information Engineers, 42(6):319–326, 1998.

[116] A. S. Morse. A bound
for the disturbance-to-tracking error gain of a supervised set-point control
system. In D Normand Cyrot, editor, Perspectives in Control – Theory and
Applications, pages 23 – 41. Springer-Verlag, 1998.

[117] Jo˜ao Hespanha
and A. Stephen Morse. Input-output gains of switched linear systems. In

V. Blondel, E. Sontag, M.
Vidyasagar, and J. Willems, editors, Open Problems in Mathematical Systems
Theory and Control, pages 121–125. Springer-Verlag, 1998.

[118] Jo˜ao Hespanha,
Zachary Dodds, Gregory D. Hager, and A. Stephen Morse. Decidability of robot
positioning tasks using stereo vision systems. In Proceedings of the 1998 CDC,
pages 3736–3741, December 1998.

[119] S. Fujii, J. P.
Hespanha, and A. S. Morse. Supervision of families of noise suppressing
controllers. Proc. 1998 IEEE CDC, pages 1641–1646, 1998.

[120] J. P. Hespanha and A.
S. Morse. Certainty equivalence implies detectability. In Proc. NOLCOS, June
1998.

[121] J. P. Hespahna and A.
S. Morse. Switched systems with average dwell time. In Proc. 1999 CDC, pages
2655–2660, 1999.

[122] D. Borrelli, A. S.
Morse, and E. Mosca. Discrete-time supervisory control of families of 2-degree
of freedom linear set-point controllers. IEEE Transactions on Automatic
Control, pages 178–181, jan 1999.

[123] J. P. Hespanha and A.
S. Morse. Certainty equivalence implies detectability. Systems and Control
Letters, pages 1–13, 1999.

[124] Wen-Chung Chang and
A. S. Morse. Six degree-of-freedom task encoding in vision-based control
systems. In Proceedings 1999 IFAC, pages 311–316, aug 1999.

[125] J. P. Hespanha and A.
S. Morse. Stabilization of nonholonomic integrators via logic-based switching.
Automatica, pages 385–394, mar 1999. see also Proc. 13th World Congress,
IFAC, pp. 467-473.

[126] D. Liberzon, J. P.
Hespanha, and A. S. Morse. Stability of switched systems: a Lie-algebraic
condition. Systems and Control Letters, 37:117–122, June 1999.

[127] J. P. Hespanha, Z.
Dodds, G. D. Hager, and A. S. Morse. What tasks can be performed with an
uncalibrated stereo vision system? International Journal of Computer Vision,
35(1):65–85, nov 1999.

[128] Wen-Chung Chang and
A. S. Morse. Exponentially stable positioning of a rigid robot using stereo
vision. In Proc. of the 1999 International Conference on Robotics and
Automation, pages 605–610, Detroit, MI, U.S.A., May 1999.

[129] J. P. Hespanha and A.
S. Morse. Scale-independent hysteresis switching. In Proc. 2nd International
Workshop on Hybrid Systems -Computation and Control, Amsterdam, pages 117
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[130] D. Liberzon and A. S.
Morse. Basic problems in stability and design of switched systems. IEEE Control
Systems Magazine, pages 59 – 70, oct 1999.

[131] J. P. Hespanha, D.
Liberzon, and A. S. Morse. Logic-based switching control of a nonholonomic
systems with parametric uncertainty. System and Control Letters, pages
167–177, 1999.

[132] J. P. Hespanha, D.
Liberzon, and A. S. Morse. Towards the supervisory control of uncertain
nonholonomic systems. In Proceedings of the 1999 American Control Conference,
pages 3520– 3524, 1999.

[133] J. P. Hespanha and A.
S. Morse. Supervisory control of integral input -to-state stabalizing
controllers. In Proc. 1999 European Control Conference, pages 305–317,
1999.

[134] B. D. O. Anderson, T.
S. Brinsmead, F. de Bruyne, J. P. Hespanha, D. Liberzon, and A. S. Morse.
Multiple model adaptive control, part 1: Finite coverings. International
Journal on Robust and Nonlinear Control, pages 909–929, September 2000.

[135] R. D. Grober, J.
Acimovic, J. Schuck, D. Hessman, P. Kindleman, J. P. Hespanha, A. S. Morse,

K. Karrai, Tiemann, and S.
Manus. Fundamental limits to force detection using quartz tuning forks. Review
of Scientiﬁc Instruments, pages 2776–2780, july 2000.

[136] D. Liberzon, A. S.
Morse, and E. D. Sontag. A new deﬁnition of the minimum-phase property
for nonlinear systems, with an application to adaptive control. In Proceedings
of the 39th CDC, pages 2106–2111, 2000.

[137] J. P. Hespanha, D.
Liberzon, and A. S. Morse. Bounds on the number of switches with
scale-independent hysteresis: Application to supervisory control. In
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[138] D. Liberzon, J. P.
Hespanha, and A. S. Morse. Hierarchical hysteresis switching. In Proceedings of
the 39th CDC, pages 484–489, 2000.

[139] D. Liberzon and A. S.
Morse. Output-input stability: a new variant of the miniumum-phase property for
nonlinear systems. In Proc. NOLCOS, pages 743–748, July 2001.

[140] B. D. O. Anderson, T.
S. Brinsmead, F. de Bruyne, J. P. Hespanha, D. Liberzon, and A. S. Morse.
Multiple model adaptive control, part 2: Switching. International Journal on
Robust and Nonlinear Control, pages 479–496, April 2001.

[141] G. Chang, J. P.
Hespanha, A. S. Morse, M. Netto, and R. Ortega. Supervisory ﬁeld-oriented
control of induction motors with uncertain rotor resistance. International
Journal of Adaptive Control and Signal Processing, pages 353–375, may
2001.

[142] B. D. O. Anderson, T.
S. Brinsmead, D. Liberzon, and A. S. Morse. Multiple model adaptive control
with safe switching. International Journal on Adaptive control and Signal
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[143] A. S. Morse. Control
of highly uncertain systems using fast switching, jul 2001.
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[144] A. S. Morse. Virtual
shells for avoiding collisions. Presentation available on line at the URL
http://entity.eng.yale.edu/controls/publications.html, jul 2001.

[145] J. P. Hespahna and A.
S. Morse. Switching between stabilizing controllers. Automatica, 38(11), nov
2002.

[146] D. Liberzon, A. S.
Morse, and E. D. Sontag. Output-input stability and minimum phase nonlinear
systems. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, pages 422–436, mar 2002.

[147] J. P. Hespanha, D.
Liberzon, and A. S. Morse. Supervision of integral-input-to-state stabilizing
controllers. Automatica, pages 1327–1335, Aug 2002.

[148] T. Eren, P. N.
Belhumeur, B. D. O. Anderson, and A. S. Morse. A framework for maintaining
formations based on rigidity. In Proceedings of the 2002 IFAC Congress, pages
2752–2757, 2002.

[149] A. Jadbabaie and A.
S. Morse. On the iss property for receding horizon control systems. In
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[150] C. De Persis, R. De
Santis, and A. S. Morse. On supervisory control of linear systems with input
constraints. In Proceedings of the 2002 IFAC Congress, pages 2747 – 2752,
2002.

[151] T. Eren, P. N.
Belhumeur, and A. S. Morse. Closing ranks in vehicle formations based on
rigidity.

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[152] C. De Persis, R. De
Santis, and A. S. Morse. Further results on switched control of linear systems
with constraints. In Proceedings of the 2002 IEEE Conference on Decision and
Control, pages 2810–2815, dec 2002.

[153] T. Eren, P.N.
Belhumeur, and A.S. Morse. Splitting and merging formations. Yale University,
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[154] A. S. Morse. Is
monopoli’s model reference adaptive controller correct? In Open Problems
in the Mathematical Theory of Systems, pages 48–54. Springer-Verlag,
2002.

[155] J. P. Hespanha, D.
Liberzon, and A. S. Morse. Hysteresis-based supervisory control of uncertain linear
systems. Automatica, pages 263–272, Feb 2003.

[156] T. Eren, W. Whiteley,
A.S. Morse, P.N. Belhumeur, and B. D. O. Anderson. Sensor and network
topologies of formations with distance, bearing, and angle information between
agents. In Proc. 42nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Hawaii, pages
3064–3069, 2003.

[157] A. Jadbabaie, J. Lin,
and A. S. Morse. Coordination of groups of mobile autonomous agents using
nearest neighbor rules. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, pages
988–1001, june 2003. also in Proc. 2002 IEEE CDC, pages 2953 -2958.

[158] J. P. Hespanha, D.
Liberzon, and A. S. Morse. Overcoming the limitations of adaptive control by
means of logic-based switching. Systems and Control Letters, pages 49–65,
2003.

[159] J. Lin, A. S. Morse,
and B. D. O. Anderson. The multi-agent rendezvous problem. In Proc 2003 CDC,
pages 1508–1513, dec 2003.

[160] C. De Persis, R. De
Santis, and A. S. Morse. Nonlinear switched systems with state dependent dwell
time. Systems and Control Letters, 50(4):291–302, 2004. also in
Proceedings of the 2002 IEEE Conference on Decision and Control.

[161] C. De Persis, R. De
Santis, and A. S. Morse. Supervisory control with state-dependent dwell-time
logic and constraints. Automatica, 40(2):269–275, 2004.

[162] T. Eren, D.
Goldenberg, W. Whiteley, Y. R. Yang, A. S. Morse, B. D. O. Anderson, and P. N.
Belhumeur. Rigidity and randomness in network localization. In Proceedings
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and B. D. O. Anderson. Reaching a consensus in a dynamically changing
environment – convergence rates, measurement delays and asynchronous
events. SIAM J. on Control and Optimization, 2006. submitted.

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